10 December 2002
GEORGE ENGLEHEART (1750-1829)
A young lady, facing right in low-cut white dress, white shirt with high standing lace-bordered collar, lace cap and straw bonnet tied with white ribbons in her dark brown curling hair
signed on the obverse with initials 'E' (lower right) and signed and dated on the backing paper 'G Engleheart Pinxit 1807'
rectangular, 3 3/8 x 2¾ in. (86 x 69 mm.), gold frame with bright-cut border, glazed reverse to show signature
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